Ansel Adams Andrew Mitchell

Ansel Adams was born on February 20th 1902 in San Francisco and died on April 22nd 1984 in Monterrey.
Ansels style of photography is black and white landscape.
His Best Work uses a Dropped Horizon
Ansel Adams worked as a photographer for American West.
Ansel Adams used a Hasselblad camera for his work.
Ansel Adams used a hand-held light meter, a light-measuring device that is separate from the camera.
Ansel Adams was inspired by Albert M. Bender, Paul Strand, Edward Weston and Imogen Cunningham.
Ansel Adams helped create the National Park known as Kings Canyon.
I really liked the way Ansel used a lot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in his pictures. I don't like the way the way he only does black and white in his pictures. I chose Ansel Adams because I had heard of him before and because I had been to a lot of the places he had taken pictures at.

Credits:

Created with images by tsaiproject - "Half Dome, Yosemite National Park, California" • Trace Nietert - "Yosemite falls sepia" • The Knowles Gallery - "El Capitain Sawtooth Mountains Idaho" • Pearlmatic - "1942 The Tetons and the Snake by Ansel Adams" • scotbot - "After Ansel Adams" • troy_williams - "yosemite11111" • AanikaP - "Ansel Adams wannabe" • Tom Hilton - "Kings Canyon 01"

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